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    Default Re: Cherry eye surgery.... so sad.

    Don't beat yourself up. You did the right thing and youre only intentions were to help Otto! He's going to recover nicely..prayers to you and to Otto for a speedy recovery!

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    Default Re: Cherry eye surgery.... so sad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Akamm10 View Post
    I am so sad for our dog Otto. Yesterday he had cherry eye tacking surgery. I wish we'd never ever done it. It's a day later but I can't tell you how incredibly swollen and droopy his eyes are. I went back this am as soon as the opened and the doc that did it wasn't in but they gave him a shot for the pain and some drops for inflammation. The next time I'm scheduled is tomorrow at 5:15 and I don't want to wait (but it seems she's only in during the afternoon). I can't begin to describe how AWFUL and RED and so so so swollen they look. It's as if they are inside out. This mornings doc said they are extra swollen and he has congunctivitis. I seriously feel like I butchered my dog. The vet has done these often and she has a ton of bulldog patients... that I've seen in the waiting room. I am so sad and depressed. Anyone ever deal w/ this?
    My Brutus had both eyes done. It will get better. The swelling takes a little time to go down and believe me it will be much more comfortable for Otto. You did the right thing for him. Hang in there.

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    How is Otto doing? Hopefully he's recovering beautifully and you aren't as guilt ridden as you were. Hugs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akamm10 View Post
    I am so sad for our dog Otto. Yesterday he had cherry eye tacking surgery. I wish we'd never ever done it. It's a day later but I can't tell you how incredibly swollen and droopy his eyes are. I went back this am as soon as the opened and the doc that did it wasn't in but they gave him a shot for the pain and some drops for inflammation. The next time I'm scheduled is tomorrow at 5:15 and I don't want to wait (but it seems she's only in during the afternoon). I can't begin to describe how AWFUL and RED and so so so swollen they look. It's as if they are inside out. This mornings doc said they are extra swollen and he has congunctivitis. I seriously feel like I butchered my dog. The vet has done these often and she has a ton of bulldog patients... that I've seen in the waiting room. I am so sad and depressed. Anyone ever deal w/ this?
    How is Otto doing? Our little guys just popped out today and will see the vet on Wednesday and after seeing your post I am scared to have anything done! Please let me know how he has progresses.

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    Bentley had the surgery done in both eyes at around a year old ! I felt the exact same way ! He looked so sad and swollen I wish I had never done it ! A year later he is fine but very bad dry eye and drops for the rest of his life in one eye hope everything went well !


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